Looking Fabulous On Your Special Day

Your wedding day is the most special day of your life and it is important that you look good for it – if not for others, for yourself. After all, the day will be immortalized in countless videos and photos so if you look haggard after months of planning it will be captured on film. So follow these tips in order to look fabulous on your special day:

Take a Break and Go on Holiday

Admit it, you could really use that honeymoon holiday now, when the planning is giving you migraines. Don’t bury the impulse; disappear for a couple of days with your lover on a secret rendezvous somewhere. You can repurpose some of your wedding money – say, the photography budget – and use that to fund a wedding photography that can double as a mini vacation. Not only will you get some novel and beautiful pictures for your wedding album, you will also be able to relax and enjoy some alone time with your significant other before the final rush to the altar. A holiday will recharge and rejuvenate you and give you a boost of energy.

Practice Makes the Perfect Smile

If you are one of those people who are awkward in front of a camera, then even the prospect of posing for endless pictures on the wedding day will probably take a toll on your looks. If you have had to pose for a ‘shoot’ before the ceremony, then you will look fatigued and harassed. The best way to avoid this is to practice and what better way to do that than with overseas pre wedding photography packages? If you are thinking of taking a mini vacation before the wedding then incorporate a pre wedding shoot in a semi-formal setting to shake off those photography jitters and get you comfortable in front of the lens. You can decide on a theme that will keep you comfortable (casual, at home etc.) but still make you pose so that you’ll be ready to go on the wedding day.

Put in Time for the Beauty Prep

It doesn’t matter whether you are the bride or the groom; both need time and care to make sure they look their best on the wedding day. Make an appointment with a beautician about 6 months prior to the wedding and check if there is anything you should and could be doing. For instance, acne can be cured with proper medication and a cleansing routine; skin can be made more radiant and healthier with massages and moisturizing; and regular cleanups will prevent breakouts and other pigmentation on your skin. Make sure to get a facial or clean up 2-3 days before the wedding and relax with a good massage. This will help muscles relax, rejuvenate your skin and give you a glow that will last through the big day.